How to Store Trophies

Posted on Jul 18 2014 - 2:59pm by David Decker

How to Store Trophies

Does someone you live with treasure their high school trophies? Throwing them away is out of the question (at least according to them), but if you need to make room for other stuff in your home, you’ll need to reach a compromise: keep those memories safely in storage.

Here’s how to wrap and store trophies.

You’ll need:

  • bubble wrap
  • masking/duct tape
  • scissors
  • marker
  • box(es)


Securely Wrap Trophy in Bubble Wrap1. Gently, yet securely, shape the bubble wrap around your trophy, then tape it. It should mold to the original shape so that all aspects are fully-padded.






Wrap Trophy in another Layer of Bubble Wrap2. Create an additional layer of bubble wrap and fold neatly so that your trophies almost appear like cubes.






Label the Trophy3. Label each trophy with marker on either masking tape or duct tape.






Pack Trophy in Box with Additional Bubble Wrap4. Pack the wrapped trophies in a box padded with additional bubble wrap.

Voila! Now you’ve stored your memories and can easily unearth unearth them whenever nostalgia strikes.



David Decker

About David Decker

Director of Operations Communication
Extra Space Storage

David joined Extra Space Storage after a graduating with a degree in finance and returning for an MBA from the University of Utah. Starting in 2004, he enjoyed watching the company announce going public and a rocketing growth over the next ten years. He has held roles as Operations Analyst, Operations Reporting/Budgeting, Revenue Manager, District Manager over properties in Utah, Central Valley CA, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Recently he accepted his current position as Director of Operations enjoying using his experiences to bridge the corporate and field communication gap.

Outside the office, he enjoys competitive running, fly fishing the amazing rivers of Utah and spending time with his family.